Filling The Gaps  Delise Weir March 20, 2011 Nonprofit Sector Cultivators
Collective Action, Shared Interests “ Un-coerced collective action  around shared interests”
Give Voice to the Voiceless
Motivate Change
Safety Net
How They Contribute Funding Material Goods
How They Contribute Direct Services Expertise
How They Contribute Volunteers Policy Advocacy
How They Contribute Public Awareness Campaigns
Very Large NPOs Empowers self employed women in India 1971 Self Employed Women’s Association Economic development, multi t...
Growing Indigenous Movement
Social Marketing and NGOs   Hand Out Hand Up
Different How? <ul><li>New sustainable networks </li></ul><ul><li>Partner with private and public sectors </li></ul><ul><l...
Partner With Business
Case Study
History
Adaptation
Scale and Impact <ul><li>Financially Sustainable </li></ul><ul><li>Greater impact  </li></ul><ul><li>Enables self sufficie...
Partnerships
Conclusion
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Ignite presentation that outlines social marketing in the non-profit sector as described by Kottler and Lee in Up and Out of Poverty

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Delise weir ignite 3-20-2011

  1. 1. Filling The Gaps Delise Weir March 20, 2011 Nonprofit Sector Cultivators
  2. 2. Collective Action, Shared Interests “ Un-coerced collective action around shared interests”
  3. 3. Give Voice to the Voiceless
  4. 4. Motivate Change
  5. 5. Safety Net
  6. 6. How They Contribute Funding Material Goods
  7. 7. How They Contribute Direct Services Expertise
  8. 8. How They Contribute Volunteers Policy Advocacy
  9. 9. How They Contribute Public Awareness Campaigns
  10. 10. Very Large NPOs Empowers self employed women in India 1971 Self Employed Women’s Association Economic development, multi tiered approach 1972 Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee Long term solutions to hunger and poverty 1979 Mercy Corps 150 countries Education, health and economic development 1961 Academy for Educational Development Improve the lives of children 1919 Save the Children Volunteer built housing, Christian Habitat for Humanity 3000 volunteer Dr.s and Nurses Healthcare and medical training Doctors Without Borders 46 countries Childrens health, education, shelter 1941 Plan International 60 countries Family planning, oral re-hydration, AIDS 1970 Population Services International (PSI) $38.7 B Healthcare, extreme poverty, education and access to IT 2000 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Staff of 12,000 Disaster relief and the causes of poverty 1945 for WWII survivors Coop Assistance for Relief Everywhere (CARE) Size Mission Established Org
  11. 11. Growing Indigenous Movement
  12. 12. Social Marketing and NGOs Hand Out Hand Up
  13. 13. Different How? <ul><li>New sustainable networks </li></ul><ul><li>Partner with private and public sectors </li></ul><ul><li>Influence the behavior of clients </li></ul><ul><li>Measure results </li></ul><ul><li>Innovative products and services </li></ul>
  14. 14. Partner With Business
  15. 15. Case Study
  16. 16. History
  17. 17. Adaptation
  18. 18. Scale and Impact <ul><li>Financially Sustainable </li></ul><ul><li>Greater impact </li></ul><ul><li>Enables self sufficiency in clientele </li></ul>
  19. 19. Partnerships
  20. 20. Conclusion
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